So the BBC's first global gender and identity correspondent Megha Mohan, who appeared to have deleted her Twitter account after being told off for failing to comply with BBC guidance that “staff should also not post offensive or derogatory comments or content on social media and avoid abusing their position as a BBC employee in personal interactions”, brought her account back to life on 7 December and is busy tweeting again. And Jess Brammar, head of the BBC's news channels, has been singing her praises. She's still working at the BBC. Indeed she's been covering ''the first female Samoan PM'' and the former president of the Marshall Islands who was the first female leader of a Pacific island, and reporting on climate change in places like Samoa, the Marshall Islands and Fiji. There's no stopping her.